July 23, 1967

Today In History

The Detroit Riots begin

Remember When

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In 1955 the Brooklyn Dodgers finally beat their dreaded rivals from across town - the New York Yankees in the World Series.
BROOKLYN DODGERS WIN THEIR FIRST SERIES IN 1955 After years of losing to their cross town rivals, The Yankees, the Brooklyn Dodgers finally beat the Yanks in 7 games to capture the World Series in 1955. Winners of 98 games in the regular season, the Dodgers were led by 20 game winner Don Newcombe, Player of the year Duke Snyder, NL-MVP Roy Campanella, Jackie Robinson, Pee Wee Reese, Gil Hodges, and Carl Furillo. Duke Snyder became the key to the power-laden lineup of the Brooklyn Dodgers in the 1950s culminating in a career year in 1955, the first World Series championship ever for the Dodgers. Referred to as the "Duke" of Flatbush and often compared to cross town rival center fielders Mickey Mantle and Willie Mays, 1955 was the year Duke dominated the headlines and won The Sporting News Player of the Year, the most prestigious award a player could win then.
Arthur Ashe: More Than a Champion
Song of the Day
George Michael, Elton John | Don't Let The Sun Go Down On Me
Lynda Carter is an American actress and songwriter
known for being Miss World USA in 1972 and as the star of the TV series Wonder Woman from 1975 to 1979.
Explore America
YOSEMITE PARK - Glacier Point

Kirk Douglas

TV Show of the Day
The Jack Benny Program: Jack tells his guest Sarah how he met Rochester - 1956
Bobby Rydell appears on the Perry Como TV Show | Singing Volare in 1960
This is a video of Mickey Mantle hitting a home run in game 7 of the 1952 World Series between the Yankees and Dodgers
Interview of the Day
Alex Haley, author of "Roots," offers perspective into the novel which became an enormously popular television miniseries.
First Rose Bowl Parade Float Winner in 1890
Charlie Chaplin receiving an Honorary Oscar® | 44th Annual Academy Awards® in 1972

Streets and Avenues

canal St. in New Orleans

Delancey St. in New York

5th Avenue in New York

Peachtree Street in Atlanta

Coney Island

Flagler Street in Miami

canal St. in New Orleans

Delancey St. in New York

5th Avenue in New York

Peachtree Street in Atlanta

Coney Island

Flagler Street in Miami

They Could Take Over and Dominate A Game Anytime

Lew Alcindor - UCLA

Wilt Chamberlain

David Thompson - NC State

Walt Frazier

Bill Walton - UCLA

Lew Alcindor - UCLA

Wilt Chamberlain

David Thompson - NC State

Walt Frazier

Bill Walton - UCLA

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